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After Empire U Dont Wanna Miss "Whitney Wednesday" Remembering "The Diva" Whitney Houston 2nite 9p On Shotz Magazine Radio 213.943.3472
Tune In LIVE At 9p as Shotz Magazine Remember Whitney Houston! Playing all Her Greatest Hits!! Call In and Request Your Favorite Whitney Houston Jams!! Itz Been 3yrs WE MISS U WHITNEY! Also Keep Bobbi K. and The Brown/Houston Family In Your Prayers!!
Bobbi Kristina Brown/Houston [born March 4, 1993] wanted to sing, act and dance like her megastar parents, Whitney Houston and R&B artist Bobby Brown. Instead, she has mostly made tabloid headlines for drug use and family disputes - the same perils that derailed their careers.
Just like her mother three years ago, Bobbi Kristina was found face-down and unresponsive in a bathtub as the music industry prepared for the Grammy Awards.
Astrology Articles on Whitney Houston:
Bobbi Kristinia Brown: Unconscious, family told to to prepare themselves by Leslie Hale
Whitney Houston: Voice of an Angel Life Cut Short by Leslie Hale
Neptune's influence on Whitney Houston's Life by Liz Houle
This is a replay of a previously recorded program with Pauline Capalbo, Wendy Shulman and author, active dreamer Robert Moss.
Robert Moss describes himself as a dream teacher, on a path for which there has been no career track in our culture. He is the creator of Active Dreaming, an original synthesis of dreamwork and shamanism. Born in Australia, he survived three near-death experiences in childhood. He leads popular seminars all over the world, including a three-year training for teachers of Active Dreaming. A former lecturer in ancient history at the Australian National University, he is a best-selling novelist, journalist and independent scholar. His nine books on dreaming, shamanism and imagination include Conscious Dreaming, Dreamways of the Iroquois, The Dreamer's Book of the Dead, The Three ""Only"" Things,The Secret History of Dreaming, Dreamgates, Active Dreaming and Dreaming the Soul Back Home: Shamanic Dreaming for Healing and Becoming Whole.
Special Guests Maggi Moss, Donna Brothers &Jerry Hissam
Maggi Moss Horse Racing Owner•
She led the nation in wins in 2006 and has titles at Aqueduct, Churchill Downs, 10 at Prairie Meadows, Belmont Park and Fair Grounds. She was a finalist for the Eclipse Award in 2007.
Donna Brothers (Former Jockey, NBC Sports & TVG)
horse races and serves as a horse-back riding reporter and analyst for NBC Sports Triple Crown coverage and a reporter and analyst for TVG Network.
The Agent who represented jockey Calvin Borel through three Kentucky Derby wins and a Horse of the Year campaign with Rachel Alexandra!
Tune in and join me as I welcome this week's guest.
Author Julian Moss joins me this week to talk about his World War I Novel: Not In The Hands of Boys
With dreams of becoming a success in the financial world, twenty-year-old Dai Bowen leaves his small Welsh village to seek a career as a banker in London. When World War I breaks out and the banks are forced to close, Dai enlists in the army, hoping that the war will be over before he is ever called to fight. However, Dai soon finds himself marching to the treacherous front lines in Belgium and battling the Germans in brutal trench warfare. Back in Wales, Dai's girlfriend, Gwyneth Hughes, envisions a future of marriage and children when he returns. When calamity forces her to flee the village, she embarks on a rocky journey that leads her to England, where she finds work in a munitions factory. Although the couple exchange letters during their separation, both Dai and Gwyneth harbor deep secrets as they try to navigate the harsh uncertainties of wartime. Woven into the story is the life of twenty-five-year-old Adolf Hitler from an artist in Munich to infantryman and eventually dispatch runner in the Bavarian Army. What Passing Bells details the horrors of trench warfare and hand-to-hand combat, illustrating how the ripples of conflict touch the lives of families, loved ones and brothers-in-arms. It is a story of innocence lost but insight gained, leaving readers to question the role fate plays in shaping our lives, and to rethink how we define our enemies and ourselves.
For more info:
in Self Help
Lifetime’s “Whitney” (directed by Angela Bassett) has it all: sex, drugs and rock-n-roll glamour as it chronicles the incomparable triumphs and tragedies of Whitney Houston. From her tumultuous relationship with Bobby Brown to her battle with substance abuse, this big-event movie has everyone talkin’ about its unvarnished look at the pop princess.
Today on BOLD, we go behind-the-scenes with Yolonda Ross, the actress who plays Robyn Crawford, Whitney’s best friend (who dealt with rumors for years that they were lesbian lovers.)
“Theirs was an intimate friendship no one could break,” says Yolonda. “Whitney was tough. She was strong. People should not forget that.”